Bán Miklós
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Experimental shift in hosts' acceptance threshold of inaccurate-mimic brood parasite eggs
ME Hauber, C Moskát, M Bán
Biology Letters 2 (2), 177-180, 2006
Discordancy or template-based recognition? Dissecting the cognitive basis of the rejection of foreign eggs in hosts of avian brood parasites
C Moskát, M Bán, T Székely, J Komdeur, RWG Lucassen, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (11), 1976-1983, 2010
Experimental support for the use of egg uniformity in parasite egg discrimination by cuckoo hosts
C Moskát, JM Avilés, M Bán, R Hargitai, A Zölei
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 1885-1890, 2008
Simultaneous viewing of own and parasitic eggs is not required for egg rejection by a cuckoo host
M Bán, C Moskát, Z Barta, ME Hauber
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 1014-1021, 2013
Egg eviction imposes a recoverable cost of virulence in chicks of a brood parasite
MG Anderson, C Moskát, M Bán, T Grim, P Cassey, ME Hauber
PLoS One 4 (11), e7725, 2009
Increased host tolerance of multiple cuckoo eggs leads to higher fledging success of the brood parasite
C Moskát, ME Hauber, JM Avilés, M Bán, R Hargitai, M Honza
Animal Behaviour 77 (5), 1281-1290, 2009
Internal incubation and early hatching in brood parasitic birds
TR Birkhead, N Hemmings, CN Spottiswoode, O Mikulica, C Moskát, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1708), 1019-1024, 2011
Eggshell characteristics and yolk composition in the common cuckoo Cuculus canorus: are they adapted to brood parasitism?
R Hargitai, C Moskát, M Bán, D Gil, I López‐Rull, E Solymos
Journal of Avian Biology 41 (2), 177-185, 2010
The value of artificial stimuli in behavioral research: making the case for egg rejection studies in avian brood parasitism
ME Hauber, L Tong, M Bán, R Croston, T Grim, GIN Waterhouse, ...
Ethology 121 (6), 521-528, 2015
Naďve hosts of avian brood parasites accept foreign eggs, whereas older hosts fine-tune foreign egg discrimination during laying
C Moskát, M Bán, ME Hauber
Frontiers in Zoology 11, 1-8, 2014
Can common cuckoos discriminate between neighbours and strangers by their calls?
C Moskát, Z Elek, M Bán, N Geltsch, ME Hauber
Animal Behaviour 126, 253-260, 2017
How to spot a stranger's egg? A mimicry‐specific discordancy effect in the recognition of parasitic eggs
C Moskát, A Zölei, M Bán, Z Elek, L Tong, N Geltsch, ME Hauber
Ethology 120 (6), 616-626, 2014
Individually distinctive vocalization in Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus)
S Zsebők, C Moskát, M Bán
Journal of Ornithology 158, 213-222, 2017
When should Common Cuckoos Cuculus canorus lay their eggs in host nests?
N Geltsch, M Bán, ME Hauber, C Moskát
Bird Study 63 (1), 46-51, 2016
No change in common cuckoo Cuculus canorus parasitism and great reed warblers’ Acrocephalus arundinaceus egg rejection after seven decades
A Zölei, M Bán, C Moskát
Journal of Avian Biology 46 (6), 570-576, 2015
Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) Do not Rely on Indicators of Parental Abilities When Searching for Host Nests: The Importance of Host Defenses
JM Avilés, C Moskát, M Bán, R Hargitai, D Parejo
The Auk 126 (2), 431-438, 2009
The analysis of common cuckoo's egg shape in relation to its hosts' in two geographically distant areas
M Bán, Z Barta, AR Muńoz, F Takasu, H Nakamura, C Moskát
Journal of Zoology 284 (2), 77-83, 2011
Bimodal habitat use in brood parasitic Common Cuckoos (Cuculus canorus) revealed by GPS telemetry
C Moskát, M Bán, A Fülöp, J Bereczki, ME Hauber
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 136 (2), uky019, 2019
Cuckoo parasitism on two closely-related Acrocephalus warblers in distant areas: a case of parallel coevolution?
C Moskát, F Takasu, AR Muńoz, H Nakamura, BÁN Miklós, Z Barta
Avian Research 3 (4), 320-329, 2012
Host alarm calls attract the unwanted attention of the brood parasitic common cuckoo
A Marton, A Fülöp, K Ozogány, C Moskát, M Bán
Scientific reports 9 (1), 18563, 2019
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